Multiple Choice Quiz
1. What is the Docex Project?
A. A new health education class taught to teens on how to use condoms in high school?
B. Millions of documents sat deep within a warehouse that may shed some light on links between Saddam and Al Qaeda headquartered in Doha, Qatar. Recently they have been released by John Negroponte for bloggers to translate?
C. A sequel to The Blair Witch Project coming out this fall?
2. What is Operation Able Danger?
A. Its an episode of your child's favorite TV cartoon "Bob the Builder"?
B. Its the name of the secret operation our government worked on to blow up levees that Louis Farrakhan has talked of in New Orleans?
C. Information Operations Campaign Plan against transnational terrorism, "specifically al-Qaida." According to statements by Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer and confirmed by four others, Able Danger had identified the September 11, 2001 attack leader Mohamed Atta, and three of the 9/11 plot's 19 hijackers, as possible members of an al Qaeda cell linked to the '93 World Trade Center Attacks.
3. What is Salman Pak?
A. A training camp on the Tigris River some 15 miles southeast of Iraq's capital. Training is majorly on terrorism. They would be trained on assassinations, kidnapping, hijacking of airplanes, hijacking of buses, public buses, hijacking of trains and all other kinds of operations related to terrorism?
B. A soccer player from Europe?
C. A treaty signed by France to never allow any foreign cheese to enter their homeland?
4. What is Resolution 1441?
A. The numbers printed on the back of a beer label viewing through a bottle of Rolling Rock beer?
B. A study to find out what year Christopher Columbus was actually born?
C. Is a resolution by the UN Security Council, passed unanimously on November 8, 2002, offering Iraq "a final opportunity to comply with its disarmament obligations" that had been set out in several previous resolutions (Resolution 660, Resolution 661, Resolution 678, Resolution 686, Resolution 687, Resolution 688, Resolution 707, Resolution 715, Resolution 986, and Resolution 1284?
5. What was Operation Desert Fox?
A. A con artist that swindles women out of their money in Las Vegas.
B. the military codename for a major three-day bombing campaign on Iraqi targets from December 16-December 18, 1998 by the United States and United Kingdom. These strikes were ordered by the President Bill Clinton and were undertaken in response to Iraq's continued failure to comply with United Nations Security Council resolutions as well as their interference with United Nations Special Commission inspectors?
C. A sting operation by the FBI to stop smugglers from bringing illegal immigrants across the United States border?